Another Boston area resident speaks . . .

Here’s another “on the ground” report from the Boston Bombing aftermath, very unlike the first one I posted. Perhaps because, unlike William Rivers Pitt, Scott Cooper has had a chance to get past initial reactions of relief and gratitude while noting that others in the area are doing the same.

The Meaning of the Boston Lockdown: A Resident’s Perspective

Excerpt:

“Will we shut down entire cities from now on whenever there’s a “killer” on the loose? I’m sure the police will try again. After all, these are great practice runs for when the state needs to take action to protect itself from … say … the rising of the masses against their oppression.”

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